course, also spurring a decline in industrial metals, including copper and is oil, as well. of course, many traders saying the pullback in energy prices long overdue given the high inventories here in the u.s. and, of course, china's weaker outlook. as kelly noted earlier, goldman out defending a gold call babb on april 10th. right now saying the precious metal res closer to a bottom than the energy complex. goldman also, of course, becoming less optimistic about the energy complex. guys, back to you. >> great to see you this morning, mary thompson out of hq. for more, let's turn to neal curry. neal, thanks so much for joining us. look, i have to imagine the charts are just ugly. what do you think now happens with the gold price here? >> well, i think as you've highlig highlighted, we could see a bit of a consolidation and the bit of a bounce. but at this stage of the game, at least in the near term the medium term trends are still to the downside.